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Explore New Zealand

We've put together a collection of unique and exciting Vacation ideas for you to consider, based on what our clients have wanted and experienced over the past 15 years.

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Bay of Islands & Northland Bay of Islands & Northland

The beautiful Bay of Islands are located in Northland of New Zealand's North Island and offers bays, beaches and islands lapping in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean. The main towns of the Bay of Islands are Paihia, Russell, Waitangi, Kerikeri and Kawakawa. Russell was New Zealand's first Capital City and known then as Kororareka The Hellhole of the...

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Auckland Auckland

You are most likely to arrive at Aucklands International Airport which offers the widest choice of international airlines operating to New Zealand. Auckland is our largest city and known as the City of Sails, being located on the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours and the gateway to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. Boating is a popular pastime for many Aucklanders and visitors alike....

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Coromandel Coromandel

The Coromandel Peninsula is one of New Zealand's best kept secrets, however it is a long-time favourite with New Zealanders who have flocked there for generations during holiday time. The Coromandel offers some of the country's most beautiful beaches, native forests which include our Giant Kauri Trees, Waterfalls and Lagoons as well as Coastal Walks, Water Activities such as Bo...

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Hamilton - Waikato Hamilton - Waikato

The City of Hamilton is situated on the banks of the Waikato River and is New Zealand , which is best appreciated from one of the scenic riverside walks. Being NZ’s fourth largest city, Hamilton’s central precinct is easy to walk and offers cafes, restaurants, a casino and bars. Hamilton Gardens & the Waikato Museum are well worth visiting....

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Rotorua Rotorua

Rotorua is our Maori and Thermal Region of our North Island in New Zealand and where the spirit of Te Maori resides to Welcome its Visitors to the region. Maori Cultural Shows are a great way to learn of the stories and Maori Heritage, done through song and dance and in particular the Hangi Dinner cooked in the heat of the ground and how the Maori have cooked there food for hundreds of...

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Bay of Plenty Bay of Plenty

The Bay of Plenty is located on New Zealand's East Coast of our North Island and includes the main towns of: Tauranga, Mt Maunganui, Whakatane and Rotorua. The Bay of Plenty region is of great Maori significance, with a long history of occupation and Pa sites, (Maori villages) that are dotted throughout the region. The Maori are said to have arrived here around 1000 years...

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Lake Taupo Lake Taupo

Taupo is situated on the largest Lake in the Pacific, which is also a Super Volcano and one of only 6 on Planet Earth. The local Maori Tribes say that Lake Taupo last erupted around 181 AD, however close by and South of the Lake is the Tongariro National Park, New Zealand's Oldest National Park, where you will find our the Volcano's, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu which...

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Eastland Eastland

The City of Gisborne is located on the East Coast and is the first of the World's Cities to see the new days sunrise as well as the seeing in of the New Year. Many people gather together near Mt Hikurangi to watch the very first Sunrise of the New Year. There are endless beaches offering a place to relax and enjoy swimming and water activities. This area is a region that have many...

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Taranaki Taranaki

The Taranaki Region is located half way between Auckland and Wellington on the West Coast of our North Island’s West Coast. It stretches from Whangamomona in the East, to Waitorara in the South and Mokau in the North. There is over 200 km's of coastline in Taranaki coastline where you can enjoy Walking, Fishing, Surfing, Swimming, Diving as well as Kayaking...

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Ruapehu Ruapehu

Ruapehu region lies midway in the North Island between Auckland & Wellington. The main settlements in this region are Taumarunui, Ohakune & National park Village. Being the premier skiing area in the North Island, the ski fields of Mt Ruapehu, Whakapapa, Turoa & Tukino are situated around Mt Ruapehu. These become particularly busy during the winter months of June to August...

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Whanganui Whanganui

The City of Whanganui is situated on the West Coast of our North Island and is located on the Durie Hill and this leads to an Elevator of Historic importance and is the only underground Elevator in New Zealand that is in daily use. Why not take a trip to the top platform to see wondrous views of the Tasmen Sea. You can visit The Bridge to Nowhere, which is situated in the Whan...

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Hawke's Bay Hawke's Bay

Hawkes Bay is located on the our East Coast of our North Island and renowned for its mild winters and hot summers with a climate not similar to the Mediterranean.Its also the region where you will Napier, our Art Deco City, with its beautiful Art Deco and Architectural Buildings. At 2.00pm Daily you can take an Art Deco Walking Tours for a 2 hour walk on the flat and well recommended...

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Manawatu Manawatu

Palmerston North is known as the City of Knowledge due to its research institutions and most successful University and its one of the regions largest provincial cities. Many of the buildings are original and dating back to the 1920's and 30's One hour North is The Gumboot Capital of Taihape and each year they hold the Gumboot Festival a real local event ...

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Nelson Nelson

The City of Nelson is located in an area of ocean and valley scenery, with the highest number of sunny days each year and three national parks it is no wonder that the city offers an outdoor lifestyle. The diverse and geographical of Nelson with its long and golden sand beaches to Natuve Bush Forests & Mountains Nelson has long been a magnet for creative people...

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Wairarapa Wairarapa

Wairarapa is situated 1 Hour North of Wellington our Capital City and is a region where some of the Earliest Settlers arrived setting up the first Sheep Farm in New Zealand. In this Region are the main towns are Martinborough, Featherston, Greytown, Masterton and Carterton and where you will find many wonderful wineries to explore and enjoy...

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Wellington Wellington

Wellington is New Zealand's Capital City Known as the World’s Coolest Little Capita, Wellington has a re-knowned for its World Class Cafe and Restaurant Culture and colourful and Vibrant Art Scene. Wellington is located on an attractive waterfront harbour and is surprisingly easy to get around. A must is to visit the Wellington's Te Papa Musuem...

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Marlborough Marlborough

Marlborough is situated in the north of our South Island and receives each year high temperature and long sunny days due to the temperate climate and is home to the Marlborough Wine Regions, being among one of the top in New Zealand. Queen Charlotte Sound is a place of outstanding natural beauty and on route from Wellington to Picto there is no finer place to view...

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West Coast West Coast

Located on our South Island our West Coast stretches for over 600 Km's from Wanaka traveling North to Westport, offering a stunning coastline to explore, which includes Punakaki Rocks, Rain Forests, Glacier, Lakes, Waterfalls and Rivers to Majestic Mountain Ranges and our Wild West Coast Beaches. The County of Pounmau is where you can visit the West Coast Tree Walk...

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Christchurch - Canterbury Christchurch - Canterbury

The City of Christchurch has always been our Garden City and today the people of Christchurch and Canterbury with their immense sprit and fortitude are rebuilding our beloved city to be the Garden City of the future once more after the earthquakes of the past. We wish to thank all of our clients wishing to visit Christchurch, know that your visit is helping the rebuild of this fine City...

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Lake Wanaka Lake Wanaka

The delightful town of Wanaka is set on the shores of Lake Wanaka and located in the Mt Aspiring National Park, set around Mountains Ranges, Rivers and Lakes as well as award winning restaurants to enjoy local cuisine. Warbirds Over Wanaka is a bi annual event with vintage planes taking to the skies, the Warbirds and Wheels is a stunning museum...

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Queenstown Queenstown

Queenstown is known as the Adventure Capital of New Zealand, with a dramatic Mountain ranges and beautiful , Lake Wakatipu. There are endless choices in the activities you can choose from and with Queenstown also being a Winter Destinaton for Skiing and winter sports it has a 10 Month Tourist Season. lear lakes and endless adventure activities...

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Waitaki Waitaki

The largest Town of the Waitaki Region is Oamaru and here you will experience some of New Zealand's most beautiful 19th Century White Sandstone Buildings, which were all part of the banking community for the Gold Mining Days of Dunedin. If you have ever visited or seen Bath or Bristol in the United Kingdom you will find a similarity in their design...

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Central Otago Central Otago

The area of Central Otago consists of an inland region as well as a wide and varied landscapes of snow capped Mountains, Ravines, Deep Gorges and Pristine Blue and clear Rivers. Central Otago Region was back in the 1860's known as Gold Country where many hard working men fortunes in the Gold Mines. The region has kept its Golden Heritage alive with preserved Stone Cottages...

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Fiordland Fiordland

The beauty of The Fiordland National Park is where Forest and Rivers give way to the Majesty of the Mountains and these in turn descend to the Fiords of Dusky, Doubtful and Milford Sound. this area is among the most dramatic regions in New Zealand with endless waterfalls and mountain vistas for you to view and explore...

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Dunedin Dunedin

The Victorian City of Dunedin was founded on the Mining of Gold, this bought great wealth to the City in the Victorian Era and which resulted in some of the most beautiful and stunning buildings of the day and still stand today in all their glory. Today the Otago University makes its home in Dunedin and is a great learning centre for the young of New Zealand...

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Clutha Clutha

Clutha is situated on our East coast and has deep rivers and many deserted beaches with friendly communities, who main industry is farming. The Catlins are along our wild Southern Coast and where you can enjoy beautiful Waterfalls and wild and raw beaches offering the opportunity to see tryue New Zealand coastal wildlife and in a word a world and untouched paradise...

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Southland Southland

Our Southland is a contrast of rolling plains to rugged coasts and where the New Zealand Famous Bluff oyster comes from, it is also where you can take the ferry to Stewart Island. The Largest of Southland’s towns is Invercargill, which if you love gardens then you will find this a delightful place to visit, Queen’s Park with over 80 hectares of walkways...

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Stewart Island / Rakiura Stewart Island / Rakiura

Stewart Island lay 30 Km's South of Bluff located at the foot of New Zeasland's South Islands. The Maori call Stewart Island Te Punga o Te Waka a Maui, which places Stewart Island at the center of Maori History and Mythology and which represents The Anchor Stone of Maui's Canoe, this being what the legend of Maui who caught a great fish from the ocean...

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Chatham Islands Chatham Islands

The Chatham Islands are located approximately 750 Km's off the East Coast of the New Zealand South Island and forms in the Pacific Ocean an archipelago of about ten islands within a 40 mile radius, the largest being Pitt and Chatham Islands. in the Pacific Ocean about 680 Km's southeast of mainland New Zealand. It consists of about ten islands within a 40 Km's radius...

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